Author Archives: Dr. Richard Lee

The Honor of Voting: A Privilege and a Responsibility

The Honor of Voting: A Privilege and a Responsibility

Here is the king whom you have chosen and whom you have desired. — 1 Samuel 12:13 Voting is the most basic way citizens participate in a democracy. By voting, we help determine who will make the laws and protect our liberties. Unfortunately, people of faith often vote at an alarmingly low rate. When believers

Freedom: Remember His Marvelous Works

Remember His marvelous works which He has done. — Psalm 105:5 On July 3, 1776, following the signing of the Declaration of Independence, John Adams reflected on that important day: The second day of July 1776 will be the most memorable epoch in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by

Memorial Day: What We Can Do for Our Country

So this day shall be to you a memorial. — Exodus 12:14 (NKJV) In honor of the veterans of the Civil War, Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., who had been wounded three times during that war, said the following in a Memorial Day Address in 1884: It is now the moment when by common

Evangelism: Stuttering Stephen, American Patriot

While we have much to admire, and love, and be thankful for in being able to call America our home, our nation is rapidly drifting from its biblical foundations. Our freedom to serve God and to promote the Gospel in our land is disintegrating. We are engaging in a great spiritual battle that threatens our

Veterans Day: Shield of Strength

Captain Russell Rippetoe was serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom in March 2003. Previously, while serving in Afghanistan, Rippetoe saw men die, which brought a renewal to his Christian faith and a new passion for the Bible. On the chain around his neck, he wore a “Shield of Strength,” a one-by-two-inch emblem displaying a U.S. flag

A Great Revival

When Jonathan Edwards began preaching in Northampton, Massachusetts, in 1734, the moral conditions of that colony and throughout the British settlements were at an extreme low. The New England that was to be a “city on the hill” had become materialistic, the strict Puritan teachings no longer followed. From the pulpit, Edwards stressed the importance

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Declaring Independence

Adopted on July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence stated that the thirteen American colonies were “Free and Independent States” and that “all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain, is and ought to be totally dissolved.” Our Founding Fathers acknowledged God as the source of our rights: We hold these truths to

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